For the May 27, 2019 edition of the Fringe Radio Show host E.T. played music from Bentley Caldwell‘s 2018 The Place That I Call Home LP and more!
For the February 12, 2018 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host E.T. previewed some upcoming shows and revisited guest spots with Dirtbike Mike and Bentley Caldwell.
For the January 29, 2018 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host AL-D was joined by Bentley Caldwell. Bentley’s new album The Place That I Call Home is available here, and a free download of “Awkward Turtle” (from his 2014 A Place to Be EP) is available here as part of our 2017 Fall / Winter Sampler.
For the January 29, 2018 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host AL-D will be joined by Bentley Caldwell, who will be discussing his new album, The Place That I Call Home.
The Fringe Radio Show will go live Monday night at 6:00pm (Central) on Radio Free Nashville 103.7 FM (which is also streaming online at RadioFreeNashville.org).
The Nashville Fringe Festival is proud to present our fourteenth seasonal sampler, featuring ten tracks showcasing an eclectic range of the city’s artists. Preview the album below, or download the entire sampler by subscribing to the Nashville Fringe Festival’s newsletter.
1) Dynamo “Thankful”
2) Eric Brace “Petitle Fleur”
“Petite Fleur,” by Sidney Bechet & Fernand Bonifay, is from Eric Brace’s 2017 album Cartes Postales, released via Red Beet Records. (Credits – Eric Brace: vocals; Rory Hoffman: guitar, accordion, clarinet; Mark Fain: bass; Lynn Williams: drums.)
3) Charles Butler “No One Knows My Plan”
“No One Knows My Plan,” written by They Might Be Giants, was released on Charles Butler’s 2015 Letterbox – They Might Be Giants Reimagined LP. (Credits – Justin Amaral: drums, percussion; David Spicher: bass; Derek Pell: fiddle; Marc Lacuesta: melodica; Charles Butler: banjo. Engineered and mixed by Marc Lacuesta.)
4) Jeff Blaney “Roll and Tumble”
“Roll and Tumble” is from Jeff Blaney’s 2017 Tennessee EP. (Credits: Jeff Blaney: guitar, vocals; Charlie Pate: upright bass, vocals; Charles Butler: banjo, dobro; Mick Chegwidden: mandolin.)
5) Charlie Rauh “Augustine”
6) Tony Gerber “Child of Wonder”
7) Rae Hering “How the Wind Blows” (live at Pentavarit)
“How the Wind Blows” was written by Rae Hering and Jonathan Morse, and recorded live at Pentavarit Studios. (Credits – Rae Hering: vocals, keyboard; Jonathan Morse: bass; Keith McGonigle: drums; Laura Vance: background vocals. Produced by Bobby Holland and Rae Hering; Engineered and Mixed by Bobby Holland; Mastered by Frank Gagliardi.)
8) Bentley Caldwell “Awkward Turtle”
9) Bruce Ervin “Will You Light My Fire?”
10) Mutual Groove “Here Comes The Bear”
For the May 30 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host E.T. will be taking a look in the rearview with a best of episode, including music and interview clips featuring Jeff Blaney, Cory Taylor Cox, Ray Hering, Jonathan Morse, and Bentley Caldwell.
The Fringe Radio Show will go live tonight at 6:00pm (Central) on Radio Free Nashville 103.7 FM (which is also streaming online at RadioFreeNashville.org).
The Nashville Fringe Festival is proud to support a special Friends of the Fringe event taking place this week. Shannon Williford, Bentley Caldwell & Casey Lutton will be performing as Bayou & the Degradables, bringing with them a special educational session to Cora Howe School. The event will kick off at 12:30pm, at 1928 Greenwood Ave, Nashville, TN 37206.
The Fall 2015 Nashville Fringe Festival Sampler features contributions from AL-D, Bentley Caldwell, Dynamo, E.T., Fraug, the Great Barrier Reefs, Jeni Calhoun, and Truth Clipsy. Listen below, or download the entire sampler by registering for the Nashville Fringe Festival’s newsletter.
“In This Together” is from E.T. and AL-D‘s forthcoming collaborative release. “Moonwax” appears on Fraug‘s 2015 self-titled EP. “No Tears” is the lead track from Truth Clipsy‘s EP titled The Lion. “Fight” appears on Bentley Caldwell‘s album, A Place to Be. “Dangerous Woman” is from Dynamo‘s 2015 release, Find Your Way. “The Revelation” is from Jeni Calhoun‘s mixtape titled Resurrection of Hip Hop. “Train Ride Home” is taken from the Great Barrier Reefs‘ 2014 release, Are You Scared?!
For the September 28, 2015 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host AL-D was joined in the studio by Bentley Caldwell.